Eddy County officials worry that another rainy September may affect repairs to the damage from last year’s flooding.
The Current-Argus reports 80 percent of the county roads and water crossings that last year’s flooding damaged still need repairs.
The city has spent just under a million dollars on repairs that have now finished.
County public works director Ray Romero says too much rain may undo the progress on bridge repairs.
The county continues shoring up signage supplies as a precaution.